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This is a hand out photo of the Arizona delegation at the christening of the ship on June 19, 1915 from the Life and Legacy of the USS Arizona exhibit at the University of Arizona Special Collections in Tucson. The photo includes Eva Behn, Mrs. W.W. Ross, Sec of Navy Josephus Daniels, Gov. George W.P. Hunt and Esther Ross who christened the ship. Note the rope still attached to the champagne bottle used in the christening. Courtesy of UA Special Collections




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This is the remains of the champagne bottle and the rope that was attached to it that was used to christen the ship on June 19, 1915 from the Life and Legacy of the USS Arizona exhibit at the University of Arizona Special Collections in Tucson., on Nov. 23, 2016.


This is a detail of the champagne bottle used to christen the ship on June 19, 1915 from the Life and Legacy of the USS Arizona exhibit at the University of Arizona Special Collections in Tucson., on Nov. 23, 2016.


This is the remains of the water bottle used to christen the ship on June from the Life and Legacy of the USS Arizona exhibit at the University of Arizona Special Collections in Tucson., on Nov. 23, 2016.


This class will teach the basics of soccer through fun and entertaining instruction. Players will learn the rules and basic techniques of soccer and use their skills in small sided games. This is an excellent way to spend quality time with your child while learning the love of soccer! Bring shin guards, tennis or soccer shoes, a soccer ball if you have one, and a water bottle. A parent is required to stay on site during this program if your child is under 5 years old.


Join RARA & Pato today and watch as your child learns the proper techniques of dribbling, passing, shooting, defending, and game tactics in a fun and exciting atmosphere. Players will train then use their skills in small sided games. Please bring shin guards, soccer cleats or tennis shoes, water bottle & soccer ball if you have one.


This lead to the discovery that bisphenyl-a or BPA could give an undesirable effect. Many recent news articles have been published about how BPA would affect your baby. Here is a recent article form the Chicago Sun-Times. If the bottles that you were using had this form of plasticizers then you could expect a not so good effect on you child. I believe that by now all of the baby bottle manufacturers have voluntarily removed BPA as they were most likely concerned over the liability. 041b061a72


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